The bright red color makes the GGG stand out.
It has handles molded into the GGG for ease of moving.
It heats up quickly and can hold a very low temperature.
Our facility in Batesville, Arkansas.
USE ONLY LUMP CHARCOAL in your ceramic cooker. Lump charcoal is also known as “natural” hardwood charcoal. It has no additives. It will burn hotter and leave less ash. When searing meats hotter is better. In a matter of minutes you can have the Gourmet Guru Grill up to 700 degrees, and you can hold a temperature of 550 degrees to cook steak. You can also control the temperature to cook as low as 150 degrees for several hours without having to reload your firebox.
Briquette charcoal has additives which can emit odors that will be absorbed into the ceramic. Lump charcoal will not affect your grill in that way. Although briquette charcoal dominates the market at the present lump charcoal is fast catching on.
There are now over 75 brands of lump charcoal, so it can be found in most grocery stores and big box stores.
We will have an Extra Large GGG later this year! It will have a dimension of 24".
The Gourmet Guru Grill Owner's Manual with tips, assembly instructions, recipes and warranty information.
Everything you need to know to assemle the large Gourmet Guru Grill!
Everything you need to know to assemble the Table Cart.
Here is the assembly guide for the GGG Wood Cabinet.
Everything you need to assemble the GGG Vintage Table.